Logic Query Trigger Type VI

LabVIEW 2018 ELVIS III Toolkit Help

Edition Date: March 2018

Part Number: 377208A-01

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Owning Palette: Triggering VIs

Requires: ELVIS III Toolkit

Checks the type of the trigger that triggers the acquisition or generation.

Instrument Handle In specifies the session created by the Logic Initialize VI.
Error In describes error conditions that occur before this node runs. This input provides standard error in functionality.
Instrument Type specifies of which instrument you want to query the trigger information.
Name Value Description
Logic analyzer 0 Queries the trigger information of the Logic Analyzer.
Pattern generator 1 Queries the trigger information of the Pattern Generator.
Both 2 The VI does not support this item. A warning occurs if you select Both.


The default value is Logic analyzer.
Instrument Handle Out returns a reference to the instrument.
Trigger Type returns the trigger type that triggers the instrument.
Name Value Description
Immediate 0 The instrument is triggered by an immediate trigger.
Analog edge 1 The instrument is triggered by an analog edge trigger.
Digital edge 2 The instrument is triggered by a digital edge trigger.
Digital pattern 3 The instrument is triggered by a digital pattern trigger.
Digital glitch 4 The instrument is triggered by a digital glitch trigger.
Analog pulse width 5 The instrument is triggered by an analog pulse width trigger.
Digital pulse width 6 The instrument is triggered by a digital pulse width trigger.
Application 1000 The instrument is triggered by a software-timed trigger.
Analog in 1001 The instrument is triggered once the Analog In channel becomes active.
Digital in 1002 The instrument is triggered once the Digital In channel becomes active.
Digital out 1003 The instrument is triggered once the Digital Out channel becomes active.
Analog out n 1004-1007 The instrument is triggered once the Analog Out n channel becomes active.
External n 1008-1011 The instrument is triggered once the External n channel becomes active.
Error Out contains error information. This output provides standard error out functionality.

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